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Re: T #6 vwoolf

Posted by emmanuel98 on September 8, 2010, at 19:21:52

In reply to Re: T #6 pegasus, posted by vwoolf on September 8, 2010, at 4:10:23

My T said something similar but more nuanced. He said I could have come as far with any skilled therapist with whom I could forge a strong connection. But how many skillful therapists are out there with whom you can personally form a strong bond? I interviewed 4 T's when I started and knew, as soon as I saw the first one, that he was right for me. The other interviews were pro forma. I just didn't want to jump at the first thing that came along.

> A therapist once said something interesting to me - he said that the outcome of therapy would be the same, whoever I worked with, but the process would be different. In other words, you will become the individual you need to become through therapy, as long as you have a good enough therapist. I've often wondered about that, and suspect that it's not so simple. I think the relationship is actually very important, although it needn't be about liking the therapist. A negative transference can perhaps be just as, if not more effective.
> Thanks for sharing it with us.




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